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An invasion of up to 5,000 illegal miners is underway in the Raposa Serra do Sol Indigenous Reserve in Brazil’s Roraima state, Indigenous leaders estimate. Analysts say Jair Bolsonaro’s rhetoric has emboldened the miners.
For the first time in a decade, the grid operator for much of the central United States has put forward a long-range transmission road map calling for tens of billions of dollars in new projects to help states and utilities across the region boost renewables and reach their climate goals.

The warm, inviting spring air coupled with vaccinations for Covid-19 are encouraging people to gather outside. But for allergy sufferers, that air is packing a massive wallop that could send them scrambling back indoors.

U.S.-based multinational chemical company Chemours says it will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years on a path to effectively eliminating all emissions by mid-century.

Understanding the climate crisis is tough. Let these audio storytellers help you understand the problems, and potential solutions.

French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed the U.S. back into the Paris climate accords on Sunday, saying President Biden was "100% right" to rejoin the agreement and seek further cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.

The impact of hurricanes is one of many reasons migrants from Central America are making the dangerous journey to the U.S. southern border to seek refuge — and just one example of climate-exacerbated drivers of displacement and migration.

Israel will look to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 80% by 2050 as part of its long-term plan to reduce pollution, the Energy Ministry says,

There's a new weapon in legal cases against large emitters: scientific studies that show the links between a carbon source and climate impacts like rising seas. Here's how energy companies are trying to discredit the researchers.

Five months before national elections, a Green party that once styled itself as the rebel of German politics is finding itself in an unusually respectable position.

The French National Assembly has approved the creation of an "ecocide" offense as part of a battery of measures aimed at protecting the environment and tackling climate change.

New mines won't boost world demand for Australian coal — but they will cannibalise jobs from existing coalmines.

It is a gross injustice that those who have done the least to cause the climate crisis often suffer most from its effects.

For generations, Indigenous Australians have thrived in the Torres Strait, but some low-lying islands could become uninhabitable within decades if climate change is not curbed.

Even as President Joe Biden and Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards take on climate change, a Midwest energy company and Plaquemines Parish officials are reviving efforts to build an oil pipeline and Mississippi River export terminal that would emit more than 500,000 tons of greenhouse gases per year.

I hope like me you're counting the hours till this Thursday, April 22, the 52nd observance of Earth Day.

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Terry Tempest Williams, Naomi Shihab Nye and other writers and activists on where they find hope.
A little-known law has allowed natural gas companies to charge West Virginians for expensive pipeline projects with little oversight.
Environmentalists are debating how carbon offsets should fit into President Biden's goal of putting the country on track to reach “net-zero" emissions by 2050.
New York is getting more out of the domestic oil boom than North Dakota ever will.
Climate change, technology, disease and financial crises will pose big challenges for the world, an intelligence report concludes.
An update to the proposed regulation to join the cap-and-trade program adds a set of equity principles and a commitment to assess air quality.
Fast fashion has also been criticized for its “throw-away” culture, as new styles so quickly supplant older garments. The man-made fabrics used also shed microfibers, a form of microplastics that pollute waterways, drinking water and affect aquatic life.
Amphibians will use a vernal pool to mate and lay eggs. Their young will mature in the temporary pond and then head back into the woods. They will return next year to continue the cycle.

Despite pledges of reform, the world's leading supermarket and fast-food companies are doing little to address the environmental and human rights abuses associated with beef production.

After four years of Trump, world leaders are wary of jumping too quickly to follow Washington's lead.
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The cello virtuoso has been playing Bach concerts on six continents. At every stop, he joins activities to support social justice and environmental causes.
It’s the most aggressive target of any state so far.
Watch glaciers melting, forests disappearing, and lakes shrinking over four decades.
Critics say the Oakland A’s waterfront development would cost port jobs and increase pollution and traffic.